Also known as the Great Tower of London, it was meant to rival the Eiffel Tower in Paris, but was never completed, and was also called London Stump. It was designed by Sir Benjamin Baker, a railroad engineer. It was demolished in 1907.
Collection of Historically Significant Building in Ruin
The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London, designed by Joseph Paxton (a designer of green houses and engineer). It is noted for some of the earliest innovations in engineering with steel and glass. It was abandoned in 1911, and reacquired in 1913, but burned down in 1936.